Reposted from Amoz Gvirtz
The Israeli army persists in its attempts to expel Palestinians from the Palestinian Jordan Valley.
On Thursday, January 1st, 2015, soldiers came to Umm Jamal, near the settlement of Maskiot, and demolished thirty structures: ten homes and twenty sheep pens and storerooms. Eighty persons remained homeless. The Red Cross brought six tents as well as mattresses.
The same locality was demolished by the Israeli army one year ago.
On Sunday, December 28th, 2014, government agents escorted by police arrived at the Bedouin locality in the Negev – Awajan near the town of Lakiya, plowed and destroyed wheat fields.
On Tuesday, December 30, 2014, they demolished a structure at Tell Sheva.
In Umm Batin, north of the Jewish suburb of Omer, government agents uprooted dozens of olive trees.
In Kseife, they demolished a structure.
At Ar'ara they destroyed the floor of a home.
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